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To-morrow—-Yes, even to-u
prro w, the
election of [Vectors ofP.resklcnt aipl Vice
President of the United States is to take
place in several important states, and on
The jury found k verdict for the defen
dant without retiring from their seats,
when the court adjourned and invited the
ranger to their lodgings. “No, 1 tlmnk
cm, gentlemen; and unless you will lake
cold cut with me, I must begone.” So
saying, lie shouldered his musket, and
witlvgrcnt sang froid departed. Such a
man was Col. Davies.
Flit DAY I'.VUNING, Nova m or* 5, 1824
Timothy Dickering has commenced u
series of numbers in the Boston Daily Ad
vertiser, in one of which he speaks of Mr
Crawford as follows:—“Very lately 1
have been repeatedly accosted, by sub
stantial and disinterested citizens, with
this questionWhat is your opinion of
Mi- Crawford 1” And I have answered—
Mr Crawford is a man of good sense, cool,
Ml considerate, judicious, and well acquain
ted with the affairs of the United States;
having beeu, many years* engaged in
their management; part of th(S time us a
Senator—part of the time us Secretary of
War—and most of the residue of those
years as Secretary of the Treasury. In
that period he was for a time, on the ap
pointment of President Madison, Minister
Plenipotentiary from the United States to
fiance. In all these important stations,!
have known nothing, I have heard nothing,
<m’ which his ability, integrity and patri
otism coftld be called in question. In the
Two grfiat parties, of federalists and demo
crats, Mr Crawford and I were of coarse
■opposed to each other: but for more than
three years that I wus in the Senate with
him, he manifested a strength of mind
and information that commanded respect.
And although he wa9 of the party which
cupported the Administrations of Mr Jeff-
ersou and Mr Madison, yet he appeared
Iondav next in several others. The cony
test’may be said to be over, and wo have
nothing now to do but to compare results
to ascertain the late of the hurd-foughten
findt to review the incidents of the day,
and toll how it Was that it- was won or
John Paul Jones.—We arc informed
that Mr Sherburne, of the Navy Depart
ment, intends shortly to. publish an au
thentic Journal of the Cruises of this once
celebrated Commander, during the Revo
lutionary War. This Journal, which
Mr Sherburne has now in his possession,
was written by the Hon. Elijah Ilali, - (at
iresent the Naval officer at Portsmouth,
Vcw Hampshire, who was ono of his
Lieutenants, his confidential friend, and
the only surviving officer that sailed with
him, during his cruises,) and under the
immediate'inspection of Capt. Jones, and
contains every occurrence that took place
from day to day—also, the Correspon
dence between them, and a correct List of
our Navy in 1776, 77,78, TO, and ’80
—the names of the ships, whore built,
rates, and commanders* names, &c.
to me to act with more independence than
Mi f. of his political brethren in that body.
This l have uniformly Said from that time
To the p resent.
“ As to the accusations of Ninian Ed
wards, that Mr Crawford had not faithful
ly conducted some branches of the Treas
ury Department—I have read them, and
Mr Crawford’s defence, together with the
documents adduced by him in its support;
and his triumph over his acenser appeared
To me complete. And the Official Report
of the highly respectable Committee of
the House of Representatives (of whom
Mr Webster, do well known in New-Eug
laud, and throughout the United States,
Was one) confirmed my opinion."
The paper Manufactory of Mr Thomas
Amies of Philadelphia, produces a paper
of a property so firm aiu\ adhesive time it
resists the excessive humidity and damp
ness of the East India climate.—Several
reams have been sent to Canton, and a
larger supply of that article from the above
manufactory has been demanded. Read
this intelligence,Americans—our country
men begin to supply the populous regions
of India with American fabrics already—
This is but an avant courier of more hn
portnnt intelligence—there is splendor in
New aspect of things.—The contest for
the Presidency 1ms, within the last ten
days assumed a new aspect. The adher
ents of Jackson and Adatas have separa
ted. In Massachusetts the Jacksonians
have held a meeting, and doclarcd against
Adams. So have the friends of Mr Clay
in that state, as well as the federalists.
The prospect fof'“the son of his father”
in Massachesetts is frightful. The sup-
rters of Jackson in New Jersey have
'Since December, 1807.
ell Adams and rallied with Mr Crawford’s
friends; and the Secretary of State is lost
there. In Pennsylvania an Adams tick
et has been formed against Jackson; and
in Maryland the bitterest enemies of Ad
ams are the Jacksonians. E very where
the current of public sentiment runs high
against the Heir-of Braintree. The stick
together plan has proved an abortion.—
The cement would not hold and, the ca
bal is broken. All is confusion in the Ad
ams camp, aud the National Journal is
staring its eyes .out with amazement.
TIIE CREEKS.—Letters from Con
stantinople of the 17th of August last, state
that the “ IpBariots have made Ipsara a
■complete desert, carried away part of
Their cannon, spiked others, confided
their wives and children to the Hydriots
and Spezziots, with an affectihg recom
mendation, and then all gone on board
tbcii lire-ships, with the fixed resolution
cither to burn the Turkish fleet, or to per
ish in the attempt. .Cauaris id said to be
at their head, and this desparate attempt
is perhaps already executed. We there
fore expect further particulars with un
Captains of vessels from Alexandria
and Solonica have also brought news to
Leghorn, that all the naval force of the
.Greeks was gono-toWtfrds Samos to at
tack the Turkish fleet.
Greek Fund.—The committee, says the
American, have recently rcrtiittcd the
bulunce remaining in their hands amoun
tin'.' to $040965, making at the exchange
of 11 per cent. 1311/. 8s 8d. The whole
oum remitted by the New-York Commit
fee will then amount to $38,491,94.
From the Republican Advt. New London
As the issue of the great Presidential
contest draws to a close, we arc the more
ahtkmore satisfied that the success of Mr.
Crawford will be more splendid and tri
umphant than his most sanguine friends
could have possibly anticipated. In all
our intercourse with the people, we scarce
ly meet with an individual who docs not
seem to admit this, and to express bis sa
tisfaction at it, .though he may hitherto
have been opposed to him; and we are
rejoiced to see that our neighbouringstates
seem determined to join in the participa
tion of bis triumph. It is proper it should
be so. Our interests are the same; our
feelings should be the same; and upon
great political questions we ought not to
separate, if we would wish mutually to
irticipate in the great blessings and
nefits of a good govermnebt, wisely and
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Ship VVm. Wallace, Wood, of do. for
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. Who has Just Received’,
A number of new and valuable
Brig Hope, Clark, of Waldoboro’
Brig Orion, Snow, of Rochester,
Brig Ann, Snow, of Cohassett, for Ha
Fr. brig Catelou, of Rouen, for Martin
Fr. brig Eliza, Bcarnettf, of Havre, for
Brig Tontine, Betts, of and for N. York
Schr Flora, Tomtherson, of Snnhury,
for Riecboro’, loading.
Schr Camden, IIiscock,of Boston, dis
Schr George, Harris, of Providence,
Schr Chasseur, of Fredericksburg, un
Schr Combine, Bradford, of St. George,
Schr Three Sisters, Pidge, of Savannah
ALBUMS, elegantly bound in Morocco
sizes and pri
gilt leaves, vurious
nov 6 m206
Dupont's Powder, (groceries,
Domestic Goods, fyc.
Vtiole and half kegs Dupont's Powder
160 Bags Buck and patent Shot, assorted
2 tons Shure Moulds •'
60 kegs cut Nails, assorted
20 Bags prime Lnguim Coffee
16 do Black Pepper
20 ten caddyBoxcs fresh Hyson Tea
20 two pound cannister Imperial do
10 Boxes Loaf Sugar
10 Baskets first quality Sweet Oil
Ifrdozflnsk do do do
20 pounds ff'sh Nutmegs
30 doz best London Mustard
10 pipis and 20 barrels Gin
18 hbds N. E. Rum «
6 Boxes No. 8 and 10 Cottoit Cards
10000 first quality clarified Quills
240 pieces Domestic Cotton Goods
_ Comprising a handsome assortment of Bro wn find
Schr^noYio;M.Don»l.l,ofS« ra n„ 0 h. I g3faPBSStfJ8ff5St ?S»-
for Matanzas, loading
Sloop Union, of and for Sunbury, load- by
ties to suit purchasers at the lowest market price
Sloop Herald, Heath, of Newport, just |
City Marshal’s Sales.
On the first Tuesday in December next,
Sloop Mary Jane, Marccllin, of Savan-1 "IT/TLLlje sold in front of the Court House.be-
nah iust arrived. ■ v T fiveen the usual hours, the following pro-
Sloon Cvrithia. Turner, nf Savannah. 1 Ci f a t td a r UndrCUt th!lti * duC h N not bo '
Lots no. 29 anil 30, Columbia ward, 6b by 90
Sloop Cynthia, Turner, of Savannah,
for Beaufort, loading. | Lots no. 29 anil 30, Columbia ward, 60 by fl
Sloop Good Return, Bates, of Roches- each lot bounied cast-by lot no. 31, south by
terrd upon as the property of the estate of Tlios. |
minor, for 4 quarters rent.
Lot nit. S, .Im-k.-on wtird, 00 liv 90 fact, bound- |
od <>n-il by jut no. 9,' south by ’.-i lane, wosttby
lot no. 7, and north by South Brourt-st.Jre-eiiler-1
d upon as the propiu ly-of S. Wilkins, for four [
quarters rent. •
Lot no. 10, Jackson Ward, CO by 90 feet, boun
ded cast by Whilukcr-st. south by a lane, west [
' y lot no-. 9, and north by South Ui-oad-st. re-cn-1
teredupon as the property of T. N. Morel, for 6 [
Lots ho. 14 and 15, Jackson ward, CO by 90 I
feet each lot, bounded east by. lot uO. 13, so.uth
Anr/// Sidcnf Mark, * SaUftre
f J «• MiKemie’s lint Store, Market
where a few < iOODS W}|| be soldlow fjrCitsI,
nincU laletn Ribbon, 1 inch wide ctsfort ff l
cts pep J
by Orleans Square, west by M’COmb-stteot, and I
north by a lancj te'-qptered upon as the property I
Of U. Hatiersham, for 4 quio-ters i-cnt
Lots ito. 17 and 18, Jnckson ward, 60 by 90
feot each lot-, bounded east by lot no. 16, Boutli
by Perry-st. \ycst by lot no, 19, and north by a
lano, re-entered upon us the property of F. S.
Fell, for 8 qtiarscrs rent cacli lot.
Lot no. 19, Jacksort ward, 60 by 90 feet, boun
ded east by lot ho 18, south by Pcrry-st. west by
lot no. 20, and north by a lane, re-entered upon
ns the property of A D.
Lot no. 20, Jackson ward, 60 by- 90 fcet,boUn
_ do . 14
White Kid Gloves, very superior, lstJd ntr l
jng do do 75 c j s ‘ r
Gentlemen’s Beaver Gloves, go cts 1
do do ’ lined a “
Caroline Plaids at reduced prices
Tartan do do ’
Bambugctts, Calicoes, Ribbons
riauiiul waistcoat pntterns very Sunerins
A quantity of ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS\.
26 to 37i cents. '
Very large imitation Combs
Fancy Handkerchiefs, Waist Buckles. Si* 1,
.nov r, -Mitoii ‘"W
The gentleman who ha^
I in Ills possession the 1st volume of R llSH ,. *
j Crimes, tic. with the name of <• tiVVENS^ , n .?|
dcil east by lot no 19, south by Pcrry-st. west by 1 c ,d upon the cover, will be so good as to rcicj
T i»- A 1 *L fa 1 .... I (ha enttlAfn nllloa rxf
Jrffcrson-st. and north by a lane, re-entered up-
* J . Ole
ten, for 2 quarters
| the same to the office of
Inferior Court, for leave to soil the leal *5^
Jackson ward, 00_by 90
’ ■ * JAMES MORftiSON.Ad’ne
nov 6 200
on os the property of Geo
Lots no. 21 and 22, Judkson Ward, 60 by 90
feet'ouch lot, bounded east by Orleans Square, , .
southby M’Donough-strcet, west by Jefferson-st. TVTlmE months after date, application will |,
and north by Perry-strcdt, re-entered upon aslho , ^ , | iat, e to the Honorable the Justices t i,
property of E. Early, for 4 quarters rent. 1 Itlfcrio1, Court ‘ for leavc t0 sb11 ™ “-
Lots no. 27 and 28, Jackson ward, 6C
feet'each lot, bounded east by Orleans Square,
south by Hull-st. west by Jcfferson-9t. and north
by M’Donough-st.re-entcred upon as thb property
of J. 11. Morel, for 4 quarters rent each lot.
Lot no. 29, Jackson ward, 60 by 90 fcqt, boun
ded east by lot no, 30, south by a lane, west by
Jcftisrson-st. and north by Hull st.
on as the property of J. B.
Lots no. 34 and 35, . Jackson, word, 60 by 90
feet each lot, bounded east by lot no. 30, south
by a lane, west by M’Comb-s|reet, and north by
Hull-street, re-entered upon as the property-o'
J. H. Morel, for 4 quarters rent each lot.
Lot no. 37, Jackson ward, 60 by 90 feet, boun
ded east by lot no 38, south by a lane, West by
'M — - - --jfo - - *
. re-entered up-
. Bertlielot, for 4 quai>
Flour, Butter, etc.
/Y BBLS Baltimore Flour
vJ 20 Kegs Goshen Butter
25 Uhls N. E. Rum
31 do Northern Gin
10 Qr Casks Currant Wino
15 Bngs Havana Colicc
Forsaicby 3. C. GREENt
nov 4 r|l-205
L. PETTY; “
OFFERS FOR SALEi ,
i.3«,'and north by Hufl-street, re-Cnterccl I -g BARRELS Philadelphia Whijket
as the property of Geo. Glen, for -I quarters I 20 Hogshead do dr, ’’
Sloop John Chevalier, Chcvhlier, of Sa
lane, west by Habersham st. anil north by York
At New Orlenns onthe 19th ult. of yellow fever, |cd upon ns the property
Mr. IRodert Bbioos, printer aged 28.
Oft hus the weary Printer lock’d
Death't Daily Record, in his Chase,
Now- Death has lock’d the Printer up,
Within his cold and sad embrace.
PORT OF SAVANNAH.
Brig Almira, Harding, Boston, 6 days, to jS B
Parkmen—consignees, <3 Newhall, O laft, SC k
J Schenk, L Petty,L Baldwin co. J W Long, J
M'Nish, A Hunter, A Parsons, A tiE Wood, l ay-
lor&Duvics, WT Williams, 0 Johnson, D Car
ney, Jr. Passengers, Mr Fulsom and daughters,
Mrs White, and Miss White, Mrs S Howard and
child, Mrs Gregory, Messrs Johnson, Farrington,
Sloop Good Return, Bates, New York, 6 days,
to fl B Hathaway, J S Simmons, and J. Bently.
6 cabin and 15 steorage passengers. >
Sloop John Chevalier, Chevalier, St Marj-s, 2
days, with cotton to A G, Millet, N J Bayard, and
Mr Vaughn, and cotton and omngestothe muster.
Passengers, Miss Johnson, and Mr ”
at 3t Mai
street, re-entered upon ns the property of tho es
tate of F. AikUw for 4 quarters rent each lot.
Also lot No 14, Columbia ward, 60 by 90 feet,
bounded eust by lot No 13, south by State Street,
west by'lot No 15 and north by a lane, re-enter
ed upon ns the property of J."
Also Lot nc. 16, Columbia ward, 60 by 90 feet,
bounded east by lot no 14, south by State street,
west by lot no 10, and north by a lano re-entered
upon as the property ofthe estate of Thos E Lloyd
for four quarters rent. .
Alto, lot no 19, Columbia ward, 60 by 90 feet,
bounded east by lot no 20, south by President st.
West by Columbia Square, and north by state st.
re-entered upon as the property of John Waters,
for 4 quarters rent.
Also lot no. 21, Columbia ward, 00 by 90 feet,
bounded cast by Price st south by York st. west
by lot no. 22, ami north by President st. re-enter
ed upon as the property of for 7 quarters
lot no. 36, and north
Lot no. 47, Jackson ward, 60 by 90 feet, boun
ded east by lot no. 46, south by Llberty-st west
by lot no. 48, dnd north by a lane, re-entered
upon as the property of J. R. M’Kinnon, for 8
Lot no. 25, Brown ward, CO by 90 foot, bound,
ed east by lot no. 24, south by Pefvy-st. west by
lot no. 26, and north by n lano, re-entered upon
as the property ofC. H. Hayden, for 12 quarter!
.Lot no. 45, Brown ward, 60 by 90fiiet, bound
ed east by lot no. 40. south by a liuie, west by lot
no. 44, and nortli by Hull-street, re-entered up
on as the property of the’estate of L. Kollock, for
8 quarters rent.
Lot no. 46, Brown Ward, 60 by 90 feet, bound
ed east by lot no.'47, south by n lone, west by lot
no 45, and north by Hull-street, re-entered upon
as the property of the Misses Minis's, for 4 quar
Lot No. 2, Franklin Word, 60 by 90 feet,bound
ed east by Lot No. 1, southby a lane, west by lot
No. 3, and north by Bay-st. re-entered upon as the
property of the est. of John Course, for 12 qrs.rent.
Lots Nos, 17 and 18, Franklin Ward, 00 by 90
feet each, bounded east by Jefferson st. south by
St Julian-st. west by Franklin square, aud north
by Bryan-st. re-entered upon as the property of F
S Fell, for 8 qrs. each lot.
Lot No. 31, Franklin Ward, 60 by 90feet boun
ded east by lot No.30, South by a lane, west by
lotNo. 32, and north by Congress-st. re-entered
upon us the property of Misses Minis, for 12 qrs
Lot No. 16, Franklin Ward, 60 by 90 feet,boun
ded cast by li-.Terson-st. south by Bryan-st. west
by lot No. 15, and north by a lane, re-entered up
on as the property of the est. of F Doyle for 2 qrs
60 barrel'. Bach's Gin & Whitc’sdo
100 do Penui ngton’s Loaf Si'cnf *
20 hhds St. Croix ^ugor
1B5 bags Coffee
6 do old Java Coffee
12 pipes Holland Gin
6 do Gognac Brandy
4 do Jamaica Rum
10 qr casks Malaga Wine
2 half pipes Greek do
20 casks Shot, assorted
100 kegs Dupont’s Gunpowder
125 canister do Eagle i
10 bugs Black Pepper v
10 do Pimcpto
0 do Race Ginger
Hyson and Gunpowder Teas
50 barrels fresh Flour
50 half do do
16 Tons Iron •
2 do Plough Moulds
100 kegs Nails, assorted
10 hogshehds Molasses
25 kegs Tobacco
1200 bushels Liverpool Salt -
20 barrels Primo Pork
25 casks Brown Stout
20 do Pints, 8 dozen each
20 quarter boxes ffegars
10 aozen cast steel Axes
100 pieces Cotton Bagging ►.
25 boxes Salts''
Gin Coses, Demijohns, Sic. Sit.
r 3 1.200
I IYT9TICE is hereby given, that after the
ll day of'
_ . day of January next, this Bank will not
ecivc for a y debts duo to it, the notes ofthe
lien Bank, nor the notes of any other bank,«
does not, on demand, redeem its paper with
cie. Notes and acceptances deposited for
Captain Hampton, arrived at this port
yesterday from Alvarado, says that a re
port was in circulation at Alvarado, that a
brig, supposed the Cato, Dulany, of this
port had been attacked at the mouth of
the harbour of Tobasco, by pirates; that
the Captain was wounded and the brig
plundered of every thing vuluable.
Phil. Sent. *
LAUNCH.—A ship to be called to Ed
ward Bonnapfe, will be launched this day
at I? o’clock, from tbe the yard of C
Bergh «S: Co.—She iis intended for one of
the line of Havre packets, and is to be com
manded by Captain James Funk.—ib,
Commodore Pouter left Washington
on Monday morning for this city* where
lie is to embark for Key Wcst'on board
the John Adams, now lying at New Cas
The Presidential election comes on.in
Virginia on Monday next. We have nei
ther time nor space to say npro on this
subjoct, at present, than to express our
wish that tbe people generally should turn
'outand express their preferences: Itis
a subject in which they are particularly
interested, and we leave it in their hands.
That the great majority of the people of
Virginia are in favor of Mr Crawford,there
can be no question. But should they not
attend the polls, and as freemen, exercise
their franchise? Otir intelligence from
other parts of the Union, confirms our
sanguine hopes of Mr Crawford’s success,
The contest will be over before our next
No. is published. The question is with
the people; to whom it properly, and of
right belongs. Let them be true to them
selves, and their own great interest, and
Mr Crawford’s success Will he certain.
MONEY.—The New York Mercantile
Adi etriscr says:—“We understand the
$2,400,000 Louisiana State Stock, form
ing part of the Capital of the Louisiana
been taken up hero for certain
Also lot no. 25, Columbia ward, 00 by 90 feet,
bounded enst by lot no. 26,'south by a lane, west
by Lincoln st. and north by York st. re-entered
upon us the property of Steel White for 16 qa-w
Lot no. 31, Columbia ward, 60 by 90 feet,
bounded east by lot no. 32, south by a lane, west
by lot no. -80, und north by York street, re-entered
upon as the property of Y. Pouria, for 4 quurters
Lot no. 34, Columbia ward, CO by 90fcet,boun<
ui si murys, brig Lark, Fitzpatrick, trom i-ic
York, and Pilot Boat John, Foster, of Savannah
from Augusta, to G. B. Lamar, with 200 bales cot
ton to G B Lamar, Jaudon ti Crowell, Brown k.
Overstreet, and others, ti 600 bales for Charles
ton. Passengers, Messrs. Grant und Taylor, ,und
20 for Charleston. \ '
Pole boat Apollo, from Augusta, With642 bales
cotton to G B Lainur, E Padleford, R Wutermun,
O Taft, G Gordon, W Jenner, und W Gaston.
Ship Charleston, Ilalscy, for New York.
S. B. Co’* Steam' Boat Carolina, Wray,- with
boats Nos. 4and 17 in tow with full cargoes for
CLEARED FOR THIS FORT,
At Liverpool, 18th Sept, ship Pallas, Britton.
t’P FOR THIS VoRT,
® jH ew J ded east by lot no. 33, south by . iouth Broad st.
1 wesfby lot no. 36, and north by a lane, re-enter
ed upon as the property of for two quar
Lot no. 38, Columbia ward. 60 by 90 feet, boun-
['dc.l east by lot no 37, south by South Broad st.
west by lot no 89 and north by a lane, re-envered
upon as the property of Ann Re '
Lot no. 4, Greene ward, 60 by 90 feet, bounded
east by lot no. 3, south by a lane, west by Hous
ton street, and north by Broughton street, re-en
tered upon (is the property of T M Woodbridge for
4 quurters rent. , ■. > .
Lot no. 18, Greene ward, 00 by 90 feet, bound
ed east by lot no. 17, south by President st. wekt
by Greene square, und north by State st. re-enter
ed upon as the property of J Davenport, for 8
Lot no 36, Greehe ward, 60 by 90 feet, bound-
each, bounded east by lot No. 6, south by a lane,
west by West Broad-st. re-entered upon as the
property of A Barclay, fo^ 4 qrs. rent each lot.
Lot No. 16, Elbert Ward, GO by 90 feet, bound
ed east by Jeffcrson-st. south by Ilull-st. west by
lot No. 15, and north by a lane, re-entered upon
as the property of Ann Bond, for4 qrs. rent.
Lots No. 21 und 22, Elbert Ward, 60 by 90 feet,
each bounded east by Elbert square, south by
ry-st. west by West Broad-st. and north by 1,— . • .. _ ..
nough-st. re-entered upon as the property of O.M. fleet ion, until lurther notice, may be p
Lilimridge, for4 qr*. rent each lot. the notes of the Banks ofGeorgiaJtbe^
Lot No- 24, Elbert Ward, GO by 90 feet, bound-1 derstood^ tlmt^dcposRow of ^u,.l^ pap”™
ed cost by Jeffersou-st. spilth by l’crry-st. west by “ “
Lot No. 23, and north by M-Donough-st. re-enter
ed upon as the property of Cborlott Bulloch, for 4
Lot No. 30, Elbert wafd,60 by 90 feet, bound
ed enst by lot Np. 29, south by a lane, west by
lot N«. 31, and north by Perry-Street, re-entered
upon as the property of S. ** " ’ ' *
Lot No. 32, Elbert ward, 60 by 90 feet, bound
ed east by lot No 31, south by a lane, west by
West Broad-sireCt, and north by ferry-st. re-en
tered upon as the property ofthe estate of Wm.
Shaw, for 2 quarters rent.
Lots No. 33 and 34, Elbert Ward, 60 by 90 feet
each, bounded cast by lot No. 35, south by Lib-
erty-st. west by West Broad st. and nortli by a
lane; re-entered upon as the property of J. H
Morel, for 4 quarters rent, each lot.
Lot Ntjg24, Liberty ward, 60 by 90 feet, boun*
At Boston, 26th ult. schr Traveller, Lawrence, ed e^st by Houston st. south by South Broad st
3d Nov.; brig Sea Island, Atwood. west by lot no. 35j ahd north by a lane, re-enter-
The steam boat Maid of Orleans, for Hamburg I ed upon as the property of M Doly, for 8 quarter
and Augusta, via Savannah, was to leave Charles-1 ren t-
• COL. DAVIES.
Col. Davies, who fell in the battle of the
Wabash, was a man of Kentucky. Ho
was a lawyer whose character united
those eccentricities that indicated future
genius; There was difficult question to
decide before the court of Kentucky, in
volving an important question in regard
to the title, of an estate. The case em
braced a long concatenation of facts and
and .sundry technical niceties. When
the case was ca lied, a Kentucky hunter,
with his musket and bird-bag loaded with
provisions, till equipped complete,entered
the hall, and took liis scat amongst the
lawyers. "There was a grin on the faces,
ofthe bar, court,jury and spectators. He,
all unconcious, took out his provisions,
and began to cat with most perfect com
posure. The lawyer on the side ofthe
pluntiff, arose and made along argument.
Aud ivho answers for the defendant 1 in
quired the court. I do, replied the hun
ter, and rising, broke forth into a torrent
of eloquence that astonished the court and
jury. Away went the plaintiff, law and
evidence;and so complete was the discom
fiture, that the opposite counsel made 9
most pitiful reply.
ton on the 4th inst.
ff/* The pnssengers of the brig Almira,
take this Opportunity of expressing their grateful
acknowledgements to Copt. Harding, for his very
kina and polite attention to them during their re-
cent^passage from Boston to this cily. His uni
form demeanor a* a gentleman, hisskili and fidel-
Lot no. 40, Greene Ward, 60 by 90 feet, bound
ed east by Enst Broad st. south by South Broad st,
west by lot no. 39, und north by a lane, re-enter
ed upon ns the property ofthe estate of Wm. At-
kerson, for 8 quarters rent.
f/ot no. 6, Greene ward, 60 by 90 feet, bounded
east by Houston ft. south by a lane, west by lot
no. 2o, and north by Broughton st. re-entered un
ity as master of a vessel, have inspired them with I l* 1 ® P ro P er ly the estate of Geo. Myers,
a high degree of regard for his character. They 01 , quarters rent.
hope that he may long enjoy that public conn-1 Lot no, fl, Greene ward, 60 by 90 feet, bounded
dence and esteeul to which his meritorious con-1 eas t by lot nt).4, south by a lane, west by. lot no
i and esteeul to which his meritorious con- ® as tl’yl° t rttt.4, loutji by,a lane, west by, lot n
10 justly entitles him. "I 7, and north by Broughton st, re-entered upon
r 5 c • the property of J G Wilson, and Axyn Belcher, f
14 quarters rent
.lOt no. 14, Greene wur^,G0 by 90 feet,bounded
W LLbe sold on the first’* Tuesday. in Do-1 ea *t by l°t no. 15, south by Stuto street, west by
eember next, in front of the Court House, lot no 13 > and north by a lune, re-entered upon as
between the usual hours,if the amountof fines iin-1 property of Mary S Atkerton, for 8 quarters
j, „ — ^ .. .... I rent.
posed by council arc not paid, the following pro-
Lot no. 16, Greene ward, 60 by 90 feet, hound
Two small biddings on the west half of lot let-1 e<J ewtby East.Broad st. south by State st. west
ter H. Oglethorpe ward, bounded east by cost by l Qt no - 16 i °nd north by 0 lune, re-entered up-
half of said lot, west by a lane, north by Zublcy-1 on J*,the property of Ann Hannan, for 4 quarters
' ’ * " ‘ * the *
street, aind south by lot letter F. levied on as the I rcnt
retailing liquor without having a licence. A-
mount of fines, §270, and cost.
F.M. STONE, Marshal.
nov 6 106
Lot no. 2, Warren ward, 60 by 90 feet, bounded
east by lot no. 3, south by a lahe west by lot no,
d north by bay st. re-entered upon as tint p
A family of House Servants
O F good character—For sole—for [particulars
apply at this office.
ana norm Dy oay st. re-entered upon as tint pro-
| perty ofthe cet&te of Wm/Woodbridge, for 4 (juar-
Lot no. 3, Warren ward, 60 by 90 feet, bounded
| enst by lot no. 4, south by u lano, west by lot no.
12, and north by Bay street, re-entered upon as the
property of A Hunter, for 8 quarters rent.
Lot no 7, Jackson ward, 60 by 90feet, bound-
j cd east by lot no. 8. south bya lane, west by lot
uo. 0, und north by South Broad-street, ro-cn
O N WEDNESDAY Next, 10th fast.
giving Day, this Bank jvill be shut.
intended for discount must be offered on the A
day previous and wilt be acted on, on Tutsi
Lots No. 7 and &, Elbert Ward, 60 by 90 feet I Paper falling due on the 10th must betakenup
I the 9th.
J. MARSHALL, CwM
m204 ... .
paid in the same uotes, the amount of colli
made for them.
J. MARSHALL, CasK
qo/ 4 l202
Wanted in a Private Family-
TEACHER well versed in the dift
jA~ branches of English Education, and thel
Also, in a Country Store,
A Clerk who can be well recommei
salesman and accomptant.
nov 4 m205 WATT fcSMEj
AUGUST G. OEMLEU,
H AS removed hisDRUG STORE,totted*
of Broiightunand IVhUaker-Struti, °PI
Col. Shcllman's Mantton House, where he eu
r Jeiferson-st. south by York-st. west by I for sale, a choice assortment of ,
, and nortli by Prcsident-st. re-entered FfCSll JlfcdlcitlCS UUd
• WiikinT; for 41 ? Seeds,
upon as the property of Samuel
quarters rent. , . <
Lot No. 26, Liberty Ward, 60 by 90 feet, bound
ed cast by Jefferson-st. south by a lune,. west by
lot No. 26, and north by York-st. re-entered upon
os the property of the estate of R. Mackey, for 4
Lot No, 27, Liberty ward, 60 by 90 feet boun
ded east by lot No. 26, south by a lane, West by
lot No. 28, ahd north by York-st. re-entered upon
as the property of the estate of R. Mackey, for 4
Lot No. 31; Libe, ty xvard, 60 by 90 feet, bound
ed cast by lot No. 30, south by a lane, west by lot
No. 23, and north by York-st. re-entered upon as
property of the estate df John H. Deubell, for 12
Lot No. 32, Liberty Ward. 60 by 9b feet, bound
ed east by lot No. 31, south by a lune, west by
West Broad«st. und north by York-st. re-entered
upon us the property of tho estate of John H.
Deubell, for 12 quarters rent.,
Lot No, 35; Liberty ward, 60 by 00 feet; boui.-
ed e#*t by lot No. 36, south by South Broad-st.
west by lot No. 34, and north by a lano, re-enter
ed upon us the property of Samuel Wilkins, for 4
quarters rebti > ,
Lots No. 3 and 4, Columbia ward, 60 by 90 feet
each lot bounded east by Houston-st. south by a
lane, west by lot No. 2, and north by Broughton -
street, ru-entered upop as the property of the
Branch Bank of the United States, for 2 quarters
rent of each lot.
Lot No. 6, Columbia ward, 60 by 90 feet, boun
ded east by lot No, 7, south by a lane, w.est by lot
No. 6, and north by Broughtori-st. ro-entere i up
on as '■ he' property of John Morel, for 4 quarters
Lot No- 8, Columbia ward,GO by 90 feet, bound:
cd cast by Price-st. south by a lane,West by lot No,
J 7, and porlli by Bfougfyton-st. re-entered upon as
| the property of Mrs. for two quar
Lots no. 9 Und 10 Columbia' ward, 60 by 90
feet each, bounded past by Price-street, south by
and various other articles suiting his li«*- H*
■ - - ' ' of uanin®
ons a-fey j
w only found in e very Drug Stott,
Fol, Sabina, Pyrala Urobcllatu,
Deeltidis Purpurea, Scullcap, «y ss0 P , , J . 1 >
German Leopard’s Bane, (arnica montto ]
Elecampane, (Inula Heleninm) Ilop*i
Ergot, Tonquiri Beans, Squire’s L»J ,r -
Daffy’s Elixir, Ess. Mustard, Ess, ry«i
Drop, Churcbe's Cough Drops,
itic Vinegar, Toilet, Vegetable,
other Soaps, Macnssnr Oil;
rnosphorus, Ox, Mur, Potasse,
James’s Fever Powders, Infantile Pow« B
State-str west by lot no. 11, and north
re-cutcred upon ns tho property of R
4 quarter rcht,
Lot no, 13, Columbia ward, 60 by 90 feet,
bound ,d Cast by Ilabershain-st. soutii by Slute-st.
west by lot no. 14, and north by u lune, re-entof-
ed upon as the property of J. Davenport, for four
F. M. STONE, o, a.
BOV 5 200
Read’s Stiptic, Spirits Soap, ,i
Fumigating Pastils, l’yt-olignious Acui
Fifty Dollars llewafiT
r * be paid for the apprehension
y of the following Negroes t.
scribers, living in Bourke Cunty, or any ^
so we cah get them*-dt- a liberal rew
•iven for any part of them, to wit:
jright Mulatto man, about 35 y ear * ® ’ w
slender made and of keen apptchensl_n, ^
wife Ilanpah a black woman about o )
with a sear on orie side of her * ttCe ' 1 ,45
tie stae oi ncr 45
of Joseph Hines—Ben hn African aboWW
old, small and well set and filed teeth,
on one arm, and his wife Sylvia abo' ■ j"
broke loose a largo Cunoo „
September last, at Stephen s Bride®'
ty, und-we thing will aim down tuft
R4 nMa 1t«r rnnnlw. hfildW SftVftnDWf a
Marshy Country, below UavannBu, ,^
bought up there and has OncerunaW)' ^
wile anil children hack there and
ded mid put in SavannahJud.not'v^
—One of the men took off a Gun <b«° l
tol with them.: